Matt Davino So. Fwd. Molloy
The leading scorer on a very balanced scoring team, the Richmond Hill native finished second in the league behind TimesLedger Player of the Year Chris Ryan in goals (18) and points (27).
John Del Rios Jr. Fwd. Christ the King
Del Rios struggled early to rebound from surgery to repair a dislocated shoulder suffered last season against St. Peter’s. But the 6-foot-1, 220-pound power forward, who had a team-high 11 goals and added two assists, got more and more dangerous as the year went on.
James Bertorelli Sr. Fwd. St. Francis Prep
The senior winger from Astoria’s total of 16 goals was third best in the CHSHL ‘A’ division, and he finished tied for fifth in the league in scoring with 24 points, just five points behind leader Robert McGregor from Iona Prep.
Mike Sangiamo Sr. Def. Molloy
Like Bertorelli, a two-time All-Queens first team player. The hard-hitting defenseman from Ridgewood helped lead Molloy to the CHSHL ‘B’ division regular season title. At 6-foot-2, 230-pounds, Sangiamo was deceptively quick and never missed a game for the Stanners.
Mark Goetzger Sr. Def. Holy Cross
Let others worry about the end-to-end rushes for fancy goals, Goetzger just wants to do one thing: Defend. And the senior from Bayside was the best around in ‘B’, winning the league’s Most Valuable Defenseman award.
Sean Rock Fr. GK McClancy
The big freshman lived up to his last name, carrying his team to the CHSHL ‘C’ championship series, where McClancy lost to Xavier in a memorable Game 3. After dropping the opening game to Xavier in the championship series, the Maspeth native, who finished with a 2.72 goals against average, made 34 saves in a 4-2 win to force a third and deciding game.
Jimmy Grogan Jr. Fwd. Molloy
He wasn’t among the top 10 scorers in the CHSHL ‘B’ division, but that doesn’t mean Grogarm a junior playmaker for the Stanners from Lynbrook, L.I. wasn’t an integral part to Molloy’s success.
Joe Temperini Jr. Fwd. Holy Cross
Holy Cross’ leading scorer for a second straight year, the junior spark plug was fourth in the CHSHL ‘B’ division in scoring, with 16 goals and 10 assists for 26 points. The Whitestone native is one of two players to repeat on the All-Queens second team.
Jason Andjelovic Sr. Fwd. McClancy
The Crusaders’ leading scorer for a second straight year, Andjelovic was tied for fourth in the CHSHL ‘C’ division in scoring, with 20 goals and 16 assists for 36 points and was named the league’s Most Valuable Forward.
Mark Foris Sr. Def. St. Francis Prep
A steady, stay-at-home defenseman, Foris was the backbone of the Terriers’ defense. The Maspeth native, who is also the ace of the St. Francis Prep baseball team, would make opposing forwards pay for ventures into the corners or in front of the St. Francis net.
Stan Kowalski Sr. Def. Molloy
Opposing forwards struggled to get around the 6-foot, 220-pound Kowalski and the senior from Maspeth had pinpoint accuracy on his slap shots from the point, which proved to be especially vital on power plays.
Mike Giacomino Sr. GK St. Francis Prep
The Whitestone native almost always made the first save for the Terriers — technically all a goalie is responsible for — and then went on to stop the second, third and fourth shots as well.
Sean Kearney Jr. Fwd. Molloy
Anthony DeMarco Jr. Fwd.McClancy
Nick Carpanini Jr. Fwd. St. Francis Prep
Mike Whalen Sr. Def. Christ the King
Kevin Moran Sr. Def. McClancy
Matt Cammarata So. GK Holy Cross